LA-based band, Grace Blue, have just released their video for their alt-pop track, Nowhere To Go, and are working on pursuing their passion, music.

Grace Blue spoke with The Fountain about growing up with MTV, American music and the concept for the video.

TF: A new video release, you must be excited?

Yes! we worked very hard to create the new video along with our amazing crew so we’re excited of how it turned out and the focus the song is getting.

TF: An interesting video concept, where did this idea spring from?

We just thought of anything that pops up in our minds as a visual for the meaning of the song. The song talked about feeling trapped by someone, trying to fix what cannot be fixed, so we connected all of the ideas that we felt had to do with that concept and I feel like that made it pretty interesting.

TF: And where did you draw your musical inspiration from, has it come half from Tel Aviv, half from LA?

I grew up on American music mainly, even back in Israel. I used to be obsessed with MTV as a little kid and then later on listened to different kind of music genres, but always in English.

TF: Are you going to be promoting this with a tour, are we likely to see you play live soon?

We’re playing a lot of shows around the LA area for now, we would love to go on tour when the time is right.

TF: What has been your favourite gig to date?

We love playing at The Mint, cause a lot of new people who haven’t heard of us tend to come and see shows there, and that way we can play for our supporters and also gain some new supporters.